Issue of September 14, 2014
     
 
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105th
Baguio Day Anniversary Issue
 
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Benguet mourns death of 13 in road accident

Benguet is mourning the death of 13 high school students and a driver following a vehicular accident in Buguias on Tuesday afternoon.


SAFETY AND INTEGRITY ASSURED -- Philex Mining Corp. assured the soundness and stability of its Tailings Pond Facility 3 in Ampucao, Itogon, Benguet after the Mines and Geosciences Bureau noted the company passed safety standards to be able to resume full operation on its gold and copper productions. The community had its thanksgiving rites over the weekend to celebrate a new lease of life given to one of the biggest mining firms in the country. -- Harley Palangchao

Court orders closure of illegal MP mining
Saying the self-styled Cordillera Peoples Liberation Army is no longer recognized, the head of the police regional office last week said he has issued orders to consider erring individuals claiming to be CPLAs as ordinary criminals and to arrest to them if they are seen with firearms.

The Regional Trial Court in Bontoc has ordered the illegal mining activities in Barangay Mainit stopped to prevent untold danger to human lives and irreparable damage to the environment arising from “crude, indiscriminate, unsupervised diggings, and the illegal cutting of trees.”

 

Nine households of Barangay Scout Barrio are among the latest batch of awardees of transfer certificates of title turned over by the Bases Conversion and Development Authority last Sept. 12.

 
The P32-million worth fen-cing project for the Busol Forest Reserve gained ground following ground breaking rites at the borders of the city and La Trinidad on Friday.
 
City
SOUGHT-AFTER LAND TITLES -- BCDA President Arnel Casanova and JHMC President Jamie Agbayani award transfer certificate of titles to representatives of nine households at Scout Barrio barangay on Friday. The awarding of TCTs is part of the ongoing socialized housing project of BCDA-JHMC in the barangay, which is within the Camp John Hay Reservation.
-- Redjie Cawis
Region
City
CIDG ADVISORY COUNCIL -- Cordillera PNP Director Isagani Nerez (r) inducts members of the Regional Advisory Council of the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group North and Central Luzon Unit under S/Supt. Jimmy Catanes (l). The formation of advisory councils nationwide is a requirement of the Police Transformation and Development program of the government in line with its Performance Governance System, which aims to transform the PNP into a cre-dible and effective police force.
-- Ryan Mangusan
Environment
FOR A GREENER BAGUIO -- Members of the council of personnel officers of the city government walk the talk on clean and green program and climate change mitigation by planting pine tree saplings at South Drive as their way of observing the 114th Philippine Service Commission anniversary. -- Bong Cayabyab
Health
GIFT TO PATIENTS -- Benguet Rep. Ronald Cosalan and wife Cara donated a set of nellcor bedside SpO2 patient monitoring system at the Benguet General Hospital recently with Drs. Paz Camdas, Wilma Lee, and hospital staff members receiving the donation.
-- Amor Moresto
Life
SAVING HERITAGE SITES -- Officials of Baguio Heritage Foundation led by Dr. Ronald Paraan (with mic) calls on the public to support efforts to preserve and protect heritage sites in the city through active citizen participation, volunteerism and vigilance against groups and individuals who threaten historical places. With him in panel are UP Baguio Chancellor Dr. Raymond Rovillos, Bishop Carlito Cenzon, and Arch. Joseph Alabanza. -- Redjie Cawis
Business
City
THREATENED INDUSTRY -- A Bureau of Customs personnel inspects assorted branded appa-rels during a recent raid on warehouses containing bales of imported goods, acquired without payment of duties and taxes to the government. Baguio Rep. Nicasio Aliping Jr. is asked to file a bill repealing the law that prohibits the commercial sale of imported used clothing.
-- HFP
Sports
GOLD MEDAL BET -- Cordillera pride and Southeast Asian Games wushu-taulo champion Daniel Parantac is one of the country’s bets for gold medal in the 2014 Asian Games set in Incheon, South Korea from Sept. 17 to Oct. 4.
-- Harley Palangchao
 

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